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Showing James Barlow's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (20 out of 128, or 15.62%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Radius-MiBearingAscent Date
1.Mount Deception7788410842.93WNW 
2.Mount Constance7756195637.42WNW 
3.Inner Constance7667114738.23WNW 
4.Mount Mystery7639111942.06WNW 
5.Lemah Mountain748096049.88E 
6.West Peak7365196546.84W 
7.Mount Cameron719099047.65WNW 
8.Chikamin Peak7000108049.68ESE 
9.Buckhorn Mountain698898838.31WNW 
10.Chimney Peak691799749.05W 
11.Three Fingers6850449048.56NE 
12.The Brothers6842268236.73W2014-08-06
13.Mount Claywood6836123648.83WNW 
14.Diamond Mountain6822114244.74W 
15.Big Snow Mountain6680136046.41E 
16.Mount Stone6612213242.59W 
17.Del Campo Peak6610221048.05ENE2014-10-09 a
18.Mount Thomson6554151447.47ESE 
19.Burnt Boot Peak6520100048.57E 
20.Mount Elk Lick6517199742.36W 
21.Mount Skokomish6434115443.93W 
22.Mount La Crosse641797744.84W 
23.Camp Robber Peak6286120647.71E 
24.Snoqualmie Mountain627899845.17ESE 
25.Malachite Peak6261126147.1E 
26.Kaleetan Peak6259185942.32ESE 
27.Mount Washington6255261542.15W 
28.Mount Duckabush6250125046.99W 
29.Gunn Peak6240365144.04ENE2014-10-04 b
30.Vesper Peak6214157447.03NE 
31.Spire Mountain6213185346.98ENE 
32.Big Four Mountain6160108048NE 
33.Mount Pershing6154111442.41W 
34.Silver Tip Peak6140130049.54ENE 
35.Baring Mountain6125244543.91ENE2014-05-14
36.Mount Hopper6114103443.96W 
37.Merchant Peak6113115344.47ENE 
38.Mount Cruiser6104110445.08W 
39.Bearhead Mountain6089112948.64SSE 
40.Morning Star Peak602098047.74ENE 
41.Blue Mountain6000108047.82WNW 
42.Mount Lena5995103540.18W 
43.Mount Index5991299137.33ENE 
44.Mount Bretherton5960124039.94W 
44.Mount Bullon596092049.63NE 
46.Pitcher Mountain5941102146.86SSE 
47.Hubbart Peak5936145648.75ENE 
47.Townsend Mountain5936141646.18ENE 
49.Lennox Mountain5894205441.04E 
50.Treen Peak5763160341.34E 
51.Red Mountain5720144045.6ENE 
52.Mount Jupiter5700170033.43W 
53.Liberty Mountain5680212046.96NE 
54.Granite Mountain5629114943.13ESE2014-04-18
55.Eagle Rock5615137547.51ENE 
56.Silver Peak5605212545.46ESE2014-04-12
57.Cascade Mountain5591103143.09E 
58.Mount Price5587146744.81E 
59.Mount Defiance5584142439.07ESE2015-01-11
60.Goat Mountain5580106037.45E 
61.Red Mountain5576149639.4E 
62.Mount Phelps5535109536.89E 
63.Bear Mountain5519147949.25ENE 
64.Hall Peak548496448.12NE 
65.Revolution Peak5454117437.33ESE 
66.Meadow Mountain5440184047.73ESE 
67.Copper Mountain5425134544.57W 
68.Mount Pilchuck5340286039.37NE2013-01-22
69.Twin Peaks5325116534.9E 
70.Galleon Mountain5283112343.23E 
71.Mount Stickney5280172039.46ENE 
71.Mile High5280112043.33E 
73.Bandera Mountain524196140.71ESE2014-12-07
74.Frog Mountain5236107648.53SE 
75.Bessemer Mountain5166144634.98E 
76.McClellan Butte5162144237.31ESE2014-05-22
77.Marble Peak516092046.99NE 
78.Ragged Ridge5150103041.05ENE 
79.Long Mountain5113179347.64NE 
80.Paranoia Peak5112187244.54ESE 
81.Maynard Peak5080124041.54WNW 
82.Mount Catherine5052121246.64ESE 
83.Peak 50185018109847.8SE 
84.Bald Mountain-East Peak4851129141.32NE 
85.Peak 47594759107941.96ESE 
86.Picket Fence4686132649.41W 
87.Big Muffin460092049.51ESE 
87.Loser Ridge460092049.07ESE 
89.Peak 45604560128048.07ESE 
90.Mount Ditney4440164047.34NNE 
90.Green Mountain-East Peak4440160044.84NE 
92.Ten-Four Mountain4384274432.35ENE2014-06-03
93.Mount Zion4278131836.81NW 
94.Philadelphia Mountain4258117839.09ENE 
95.Prospect Ridge-East Peak3812109245.61WSW 
96.Buck Mountain3760100028.98WNW 
97.Wheeler Mountain3604112447.08NNE 
98.McDonald Mountain3570217032.51SE2014-01-26
99.Rattlesnake Mountain3480252028.32ESE2014-01-27 a
99.Olo Mountain3480184043.38NNE2014-04-10
101.Bear Mountain344092040.37NW 
101.Pluto Peak344092030.68WNW 
103.Peak 31203120104037.24W 
104.Blue Mountain3080104037.18NE 
105.Blue Mountain3040104043.4NNE 
106.Peak 30113011101148.28WSW 
107.Tiger Mountain3004164421.18ESE2014-12-31
108.Little Mountain2972125236.3ESE 
109.Saint Paul Lookout2960100049.92SSE 
110.Stimson Hill2892185248.04NNE2014-03-13
111.Mount Walker2804204428.11WNW2014-01-18
112.Frailey Mountain2722116249.6NNE 
113.Little Blue Pill2670103037.75NE 
114.Taylor Mountain2600108024.45ESE2014-12-15
115.Burnt Hill2560124044.44NW 
116.Dow Mountain2514167440.78WSW 
117.Deep Devil248092029.65E 
118.Siberia Mountain2280144040.97NNE 
119.Big Skidder Hill2126116634.74NW 
120.Peak 21202120124037.88NW 
121.Squak Mountain2024168916.55ESE2014-04-27
122.Saddle Mountain1840100039.74WSW 
123.Pinnacle Peak180198135.96SSE 
124.Ebey Hill1780122045.67NNE 
125.Gold Mountain1761152120.93WSW 
126.Cougar Mountain1610114514.21ESE2013-01-27 b
127.King Benchmark1600116023.83ENE 
128.McMurray Benchmark 11400110047.06N 

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